The Red Chapel Screening

The Red Chapel (Danish: Det Røde Kapel) is a 2009 Danish documentary film directed by Mads Brügger. It chronicles the visit of Brügger and Danish comedians that are adopted from South Korea, Jacob Nossell (who is in a wheelchair) and Simon Jul to North Korea under the pretense of a small theatre troupe on a cultural exchange.

This is also the first time the two comedians have ever visited Korea. The film won Best Nordic Documentary at Nordisk Panorama 2009 and Best Foreign Documentary at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival where it was included in the Official Selection. It is filmed and edited by René Johannsen.


FREE SCREENING – ALL WELCOME BUT RSVP ESSENTIAL BY 27/10/10

RSVP To: amie.anthony@aftrs.edu.au
Tuesday November 2nd Theatre 1 AFTRS
6.00pm for 6.30pm screening

Refreshments will be provided

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